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The CIO exchange podcast features technology and business leaders from around the world, discussing what's working, what's not, and what's next. Through stories of failure, success, passion, and struggle, we explore the ways in which these tech executives have moved both their companies and their careers forward. Each episode is a conversation focusing on a unique topic intended to provide the insight and perspective needed to help others make progress. This podcast is produced by VMware, a ...
 
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How do you fight for your own life along with the lives of billions of others in the world? While technology was able to dramatically accelerate the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, even with distributed teams, that speed pushed the people on those vaccine teams to their limits. This episode aired live from the Healthcare Information and Manage…
 
The accelerating growth of Fintech companies is a powerful sign of the unstoppable market dynamics that are currently unfolding. Agile, cloud-native startups backed by large amounts of venture capital were able to take market share from established companies, like legacy consumer banks, by creating the trusted platforms of choice for the next gener…
 
After a year that saw the largest and fastest transformation in work patterns in history, security teams now preside over an ecosystem that is more distributed and heterogeneous than ever before. A study was conducted where 3,542 CIOs, CTOs, and CISOs from around the world were surveyed from companies in a range of industries to understand the chal…
 
Technology leaders, right now, are experiencing a once-in-a-career opportunity to lead the business in reimagining the future of how their teams get things done. A future that attracts and inspires the best people to do their best work. In this episode Jason Conyard, VMware’s CIO describes how he is helping to create human connections in a distribu…
 
Mobility isn't just for consumers. Retailers must embrace mobility at scale in their physical stores, connected to an enhanced online presence, to provide the types of end-to-end purchasing experiences that today's consumers are demanding. In this episode, we hear from Jared Feldman, Global Retail IT Leader at Estee Lauder as he discusses the power…
 
Because technology has risen to become a critical pillar of business strategy, boards and CIOs may need to elevate their engagement and collaboration with each other, and a trusted relationship between the board of directors and the CIO takes effort on both sides. In this episode we cover the relationship between the CIO and their board of director…
 
This is a curated episode from the VMware family of shows called Don't Break the Bank with Matthew O'Neill and Brian Hayes. It covers how the financial services sector is one of the most secure in the world; it’s also one of the most targeted by sophisticated cybercriminals. In this show, one of the world’s leading cybersecurity experts, Tom Keller…
 
Change is constant. But often when change comes knocking at the door, it can feel unwelcome. Unless we imagine the opportunities change might bring. And dare to lead it. In this episode we hear from Ross Forgione, CIO of the Australia-Based law firm of Johnson Winter & Slattery, who talks about the ubiquitous issue that technology leaders face, res…
 
With nearly 24 million people—a little over 15% of the workforce— involved in military, public, and national service at the local, state, and federal levels, the public sector in the U.S. faces some unique challenges from a modernization standpoint. Constrained by regulations but tasked with some of the most critical services, there is no shortage …
 
Now more than ever, technology leaders and their teams are rethinking the meaning of work and redefining how they navigate their careers. In this episode, recorded during the September 2020 VMworld Inspired Future event, we hear from a panel of leaders in technology roles and technology companies about their experiences, perspectives, and advice ab…
 
Our unique digital experiences are now being driven, more and more, by artificial intelligence and machine learning, making it a critical component of the applications that businesses are using to differentiate themselves in their respective industries. To make the promises of AI a reality across global organizations, it has been equally critical f…
 
This episode is a part of our ongoing conversation about technology and healthcare, where we cover the roles technology plays in the delivery and management of healthcare services. For decades now healthcare has been identified as an industry ripe for disruption but it has been very slow to realize the innovation promised by the would-be disruptors…
 
In the wake of high-profile technology companies like Twitter and Facebook announcing a permanent shift to remote work, the rest of the business world has been left wondering whether this is something they should embrace as well. In this episode, recorded during the August 2020 Bay Area Leadership Association’s ORBIE awards, we hear VMware’s CEO Pa…
 
This conversation was recorded at our CIO Forum in San Francisco in 2019 where we spoke with Patrick Hale, CIO of VITAS healthcare. Patrick and I discussed the burdens on CIOs in Healthcare to innovate in an industry where failing fast is not an option. Patrick lays out the intense challenges he faces between regulatory constraints, patient safety,…
 
Deciding what your priorities are as an IT organization has become exponentially more difficult, amid a global landscape that is rapidly shifting every day. Technology leaders have the opportunity, and the burden, to differentiate their businesses within their industry or face the prospect of declining revenues and tumbling stock prices. Finding th…
 
In this episode, we cover all things security, from an enterprise perspective. This conversation, recorded with Denis Onuoha - chief information security officer at Arqiva, covers the current realities that security tech leaders face in this very diverse and distributed threat landscape. Denis discusses the importance of people, not only from an em…
 
Enabling a global workforce to operate remotely overnight was one thing; bringing them back into the office safely is something completely different. Bask Iyer, CIO and CDTO of VMware, leads a candid discussion with executives in the US, Kenya, and France. They have navigated the hurdle of enabling employees to work remotely but are now grappling w…
 
Many people who once used an office building to find collaboration and leverage corporate resources have had to find those things elsewhere. This has left a permanent imprint on workforce habits, individual skills, and company culture, one that has already changed the way we fundamentally think about how we work. In the wake of this massive shift, …
 
If CIOs are going to be held accountable for revenue goals, they need more say in the products their company offers and the skills needed to propel the company forward. Despite a talent gap, forward-thinking CIOs take a broad view when it comes to recruiting, offering current staffers more appealing career paths and helping to reinvent what it mean…
 
At the start of 2020, telco conversations were all about 5G and growing Edge networks. The pandemic changed all that, underscoring the need to agilely support first responders and increasing the focus on business continuity and remote workforces. Global telecommunications companies are looking to continue their planned 5G rollout and Edge expansion…
 
With universities forced to close their classroom doors until the health crisis subsides, remote learning has become the only option. This new reality presents a major challenge for traditional methods of delivering education and has caught many educators and students off guard. It does, however, offer the technology leaders at these institutions o…
 
One of the biggest challenges with employee work-from-home directives has been how to ensure both the physical and digital security of people and places. Some organizations have been more prepared than others, yet all have been rapidly adapting to meet the “new normal.” In this episode, we speak with JP Saini, CIO of SOS Security who has been leadi…
 
Because digital is now the only experience customers can have with many businesses, application modernization is more important than ever. As ‘shelter in place’ and other restrictions redefine commerce in our economy, how can technology leaders quickly evolve application portfolios now to create more valuable customer and employee experiences that …
 
The COVID-19 global pandemic has completely changed how we're living our lives. While some organizations were prepared for the dramatic shifts in the needs of the market and their workforce, many were not. The ripple effects that will be felt by these events are impossible to predict and technology leaders are grappling with problems they cannot ev…
 
Asking IT leaders to form even one agile software development team can be challenging for enterprises seeking time-to-market advantages. So how did a global human capital company successfully form 200 globally? Hear ADP CIO, Vipul Nagrath, and ADP Global Head of infrastructure, Mark Chamberlain, describe how they put people at the center of digital…
 
The CIO's world is changing fast. In five years, chief information officers (CIOs) will have new responsibilities in the C-suite and across the enterprise, extending their strategic influence over product development, marketing, human resources, the supply chain and more. In this episode, we talk with Will Thompson, VP Thought Leadership at Forbes …
 
In this episode, we sit down with Bask Iyer, VMware's CIO and Chief Digital Transformation Officer to discuss his views on the techniques that technology leaders are using to become customer-obsessed. In this conversation, Bask talks about the responsibilities and opportunities that the CIO has regarding the customer experience as well as fundament…
 
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